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, like dan was saying, it's almost like a therapy session. as dan knows with tyler when he was writing the book, you don't get the truth the first time you talk to someone. unfortunately for lance, he chose to do this big the way he chooses to do everything. and he's doing it right in front of us. >> it's so interesting. i've been taking a lot of notes on this. he says he never threat end others. he wasn't the kingpin. the idea that he wasn't driving the ship on this just seems, on its face, just false. >> it's patently ridiculous. he absolutely was. he made all the decisions from the equipment to everything else so that includes the doping regimen. >> he called the shots on this? >> tyler hamilton gets a phone call. be on a plane tomorrow. we're going to valencia to do a blood transfusion. that's what happened. >> i want to tell you what he said about his personal operations. >> they said you and the u.s. postal service, cycling team, pulled off the most, his words, sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that the sport has ever seen. was it? >> no. no. and i thi
. >> we want to head across town to find our dan lothian. dan, another historic moment right before noon in the blue room. >> that's right. it's because it's a constitutional requirement that the president takes the oath on this day. just before noon, so the president taking that oath in a private ceremony. surrounded by close family members and friends, the first lady, the first daughters, his sister, his mother-in-law and brother-in-law during that ceremony that lasted just about 30 seconds. and the big public ceremony will take place tomorrow at the capitol and this was a chance for the president in a private ceremony at the swearing in here in the blue room. you saw and heard the president a few seconds ago, take a listen at the very end, after the president started greeting the first lady and the first daughters. >> thank you. dy it. i did it. >> so, leave it to the first daughters. the daughter sasha telling the president he didn't mess up. that's a reference to four years ago. when during that public ceremony they kind of stepped on some of the words, had to do a redo, that didn't
to leave. so, don, what do you know -- dan, about this speech. is it done? >> we're toll the president putting sort of the last points on that speech and will be making some tweaks before he actually rolls it out tomorrow. we're told by advisers here at the white house that this will not be a chance for him to lay out policies but rather will be having or delivering a hopeful speech. making the admission that clearly you can't settle every debate here in washington, but that you have to look for areas of common ground. the president will talk about some of the challenges that he will be facing over the next four years, certainly some of those key domestic issues the president will be tackling, immigration reform, gun control, and finally the president hoping to get some public support to push his agenda through congress. plans to engage the public to put pressure on members of congress. this is being viewed as sort of act one, where the president makes broad themes. act two is between the president will release more details during his state of the union address next month. >> dan, i'm
it. >> you didn't mess up. >> turn to dan lothian, let's turn to dan lothian, on the white house lawn this afternoon. all right. one oath down. one to go. the one that everybody is looking forward to tomorrow. how did it go so far? >> that's right. the big ceremonial oath that will take place at the capitol but today the official oath taking place in the blue room at the white house. it lasted only about 30 seconds. the president surrounded by close family members and some friends. it went off without a hitch. it was interesting, after the 30-second swearing-in ceremony, the president hugs the first lady, goes to daughter malia who tells him, i'm happy. the president then telling his youngest daughter sasha, quote, i did it, and she says to him that "you didn't mess up" a preference to the last four years ago when the president and justice roberts essentially stepped on each other and words were left out and they had to do a redo. no redo necessary this time around because they got it right. next up for the president tonight, the president and the vice president will be attending a ce
lideralismo terrorista. >>y dan último adios al exitoso marchista mexicano noel hernández. hoy en venezuela la noticias no es la ausencia del mandatario, sino la de un hombre que dice haber asesiando a su madre para salvar la de hugo chávez. >>un crimen atroz, este campesino del estado tachiras, sacrifico la vida de su madre de ochenta años por hugo chávez. >>dijo que lo hizo por una orden divina para salvar al mandatario. >>la mató los funcionarios de manera pronta y rápida lo aprehendieron >>un caso extremo de delirio segun lo señala esa psicologa, que a nivel colectivo se genera por la prolongada ausencia de hugo chávez. >>esto se va conectando a situaciones extremas de fanastimo puede despertar acciónes de delirio. >>en las calles sus fotos se multiplican, se le ubica su imagen al lado de jesucristo >>hugo chávez es líder de venezuela y latinoamérica. >>esta devocion trasciente lo político y entre a lo religioso. >>nosotros compramos la figura de nuestro presidente. >>un fanatismo que llevado a nivel extremo pordrían hacer cosas impensables. >>no se equivoquen, no se vuelvan l
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the activist investor, dan loeb, was that his idea? >> first that's not exactly accurate what you just said. 82% of you are employees will get 100% of their compensation. the remaining 18% had the cash deferred over three years but over that three years 25% of it is paid in four months. >> it is still pretty radical. >> understood, but charlie 50% of it is paid out this year. >> okay. >> so it's not deferred over three years. 50% this year. 25 next year. 25 the year after. >> it's staggered over three years. >> absolutely. it's a deferred process. >> the timing was impeccable. we find out loeb has now taken a stake in morgan stanley the activist investor from third point capital. now all of a sudden this gets announced. >> completely irrelevant. >> nothing to do with each other? >> absolutely nothing to do with it. the only conversation i had with dan loeb was to welcome him. i'm delighted to have him. i like to see somebody who also thinks the stock should go to 40 bucks, why not, this is a great thing. he's a smart guy and he's figured morgan stanley is on a turnaround. >> that's a good point
. that is what i can see you doing. >> dan is the owner encouraging students to explore by teching it. >> i'd rather this lasts 10 years and reaches 20,000 kids. than if the only interaction is to see it far away. >> the gray whale washed up in august, 2011. marine services they allowed the sun to have the way with the mammals. >> we went down it was skin and bones. like putting a carpet. there is just... >> he soaked vet brai in water with 26 ribs and a skull. the blow hole. few realize flippers have bones, too. >> this is interesting. ... som. this is awesome. >> this is not that bad. a heavy bone is the skull. >> i thought it would be heavier and harder to pick up. i thought it&vaaín would be lie kind of like, i don't know. more fragile. >> these guys just filter shrimps out of the water. >> he believes this kind of interaction gets students to become more curious about their world. >> as far as i know we're the only people crazy enough to pack up a whale in a truck and let kids feel it. >> next stop... lincoln high. >> what a cool experience. >> that is awesome. >> yes. >> yes. >> gue
robert langdon in the movie of "the da vinci code." and today, the author of "the da vinci code," dan brown, announced a new novel with a puzzle on his website. each clue revealing itself with a tweet from a fan. the title "inferno," as in dante's "inferno" with its nine circles of hell. the book will come out in may. >>> and how about the new york skyline, in transition tonight. and take a look at this. sending a signal to the world, from the site of the world trade center. today, that is the spire that will sit atop the new skyscraper there. two cranes carefully installing the 70-ton base today. and when all 408 feet of the spire are in place, one world trade center will stand 1,776 feet tall, for independence day 1776, making it the tallest skyscraper in the western hemisphere. >>> and if you see something out there that starts you talking, tweet it to me, @dianesawyer, for our "instant index." >>> and coming up here, your health. ♪ a horse is a horse ♪ of course of course >> did you know mr. ed might replace your doctor? and what if babe is protection from the flu? why they're
coaches >> those opening their paychecks today may be in for a rude awakening. as kron 4's dan kerman tells us. the return of an old tax rate means less money on your paycheck. >> reporter: if your first paycheck of the year, seems a little light it's not because something's wrong, it's because the holiday is over, the payroll tax holiday which to cut payroll tax by 2% for 2011 and 2012.. the tax holiday created by the president and congress expired at the end of last year meaning your payroll tax now goes back up to where it was from 4.2 percent to 6.2 percent households making between 40 and 50 thousand dollars will see 579 dollars less this year those making between 50 and 75 thousand dollars will see about 822 dollars less this year those making between 75 and 100 thousand dollars will pay 1,206 more in tax, or 100-dollars a month >> i think the payroll tax will be just a blip on the landscape. >> reporter: while it's true some may be taking home as much as 25-bucks a week, terry connelly with golden gate university's ageno school of business says that doesn't mean consumers will
to a dear friend of mine who's been battling cancer for the past year, dan curtis. dan is a longtime resident of dayton and a piller to the community and improved the lives of countless ohioans. a dedicated volunteer, dan has given generously of his time, spirities and financial resources to make -- expertise and financial resources to make the difference of people in his community. mr. turner: he joined the dayton community coalition and stimulated the region's economy while embracing the air force as a member of the community and improving the lives of airmen. dan helped shepherd our community by selflessly giving of himself and his resources. he's always enjoyed working with people and assisting them in reaching their goals and in no place is that more evident than in his home. dan is a devoted husband and father and his relationships are characterized by selfless devotion, a caring nature. these traits carried over into his professional life where dan demonstrated an incredible work ethic, contributions to the community and his love of the country. his many achievements and quali
apparently never existed. abc's dan harris explains the incredible tale of fame and deception. >> reporter: it was one of the most dramatic and emotional stories in recent sports history. manti te'o, the star linebacker for notre dame, enduring the death of both his grandmother and then his girlfriend within just six hours. >> you take the love of my life. last thing she said to me was, "i love you." >> reporter: te'o then went on to lead his team to a series of epic victories. propelled by his success and his story, he was a finalist for the heisman trophy. all along, he spoke freely about his twin tragedy. >> older brother called me and he was just crying and crying and crying and that's when i kind of knew, but i was still in denial. >> reporter: but tonight, word that that girlfriend, lennay kekua, never existed at all. the story, first reported on the sports news website deadspin, says she was a hoax, and the picture we all saw was of another woman who is very much alive and says she doesn't know te'o at all. late today, notre dame released a statement that coaches were informed by te
de comportamiento, a ella le dan pataletas y se me tiraba encima, se pegaba ella sola, pateaba las puertas, rompía puertas. >> confiaba que con amor, iba poder ayudarla. >> ella es bipolar depresiva y también tiene trastorno de la vinculación reactiva. >>sta es una condición extraña cuando de pequeño no se recibe el cuidado y apego en sus vidas. >> esto pasa cuando han pasado por hogares sustitutos y el proceso de adaptación con adultos ha sido interrumpido. >> ella quisiera quererme, pero no tiene esa capacidad, tiene problemas graves, pues no siente remordimientos, no tiene empàtía por los demás. >> cuenta que cuando su hija está en casa no la puede perder de vista. >> cuando ella enloquece, golpea y un día casi la atropella, no piensa en ese momento, una vez le estrelló la cabeza al hermano contra el piso, siempre son extremos y por ejemplo ahora en el hospital le dio un ataque, la tuvieron que amarrar, se desamarró y se la puso en el cuello. >> en este hogar se le puede dar todo el amor y sustento, pero no es suficiente, por eso esperan encontrar una situación di
;01 ;07 0;24 0;39 1 ;00 1;59 asi es y es que los nudistas no dan su brazo a torcer y hoy dieron la pelea aqui en esta corte federal hoy ante un juez de la corte federal en san francisco, los nudistas demandaron la ley que les prohibira seguir ejerciendo esa practica en las calles de la ciudad a partir del proximo mes...y aunque no dentro de la corte, si exhibieron su preferencia en frente al edificio. george davis/nudista demandante it's freedom of expression es libertad de expresion, como mas le muestras a la gente que no hay nada malo con el cuerpo humano sus abogados argumentan que la ley aprobada en diciembre pasado por la junta de supervisores, viola dos enmiendas de la constitucion... primero la de libertad de expresion..... christina diedoardo/abogada de los demandantes this ordinance esta enmienda que la ciudad paso prohibe toda clase de nudismo en espacios publicos, lo que implica bailar, caminar, sentarse desnudo, todo, y cuando una ley quiere ser tan amplia necesita pasar el escrutinio de la corte, explico la abogada, agregando que claramente las cortes han visto el nudi
along with dan, very fans peace activist. he talked a little bit about how that came together and what happened? >> it was the result of another very well known peace activist at the time. call howard and said that fit the north vietnamese leaders had alerted he in the league in that they were willing to release three american pilots who had been captured but wanted to release them into the hands of peace initiatives, and not enter prison this from the u.s. hear the. and so hard was asked to go with them very in tune errors said, when. he said, tomorrow morning. he left the next morning. there was a little bit of conflict over how the pows were being released in regard to get back to the united states. >> it had been howards' understanding that the released pilots would come home fire commercial planes, and the u.s. government insisted on using government planes which outraged not only howard and dan, also the war resisters league and everyone who had been involved in that operation. >> and when he got back there was a lot of criticism for this trip. many people seemed to think that he
. dan, carolyn, back to you. have a great weekend. >> you, too. >> heavenly mountain resort opening a giant half pipe. 450 long despite the dementions it's designed for all levels of experience. it's inside one of the three-terrain parks opening at noon. the only one right now on the south shore. >> we're going to duct tape skies to spencer's feet. >> i'd like to see that. >> yes. so that will be get meeg there. >> cold weather, not a fan and the snow. sunny, mild conditions around the bay area. this is our third straight spare the air day. it's a beautiful day. here is a live view looking down on to the bay. clear skies, you can see evidence of haze out there over the pay. in this case there is a build up of particulate matter. it's going to be gorgeous. let's take a look at live doppler 7 hd. cloud free skies and current temperature readings in the 60s in virtually every location except novato going against the trend. it's 63 here in san francisco. we do have rough surf coming our way. nourj a row. mild afternoon throughout the weekend and into next week. tonight will be chilly ag
international correspondent dan rivers. he's in london to to see bring us the latest. good morning. what can you tell us then about the reports of this final assault? >> reporter: well, this is being carried out by algerian state-run television saying that seven further victims have been recovered and 11 militants. now it's really difficult to grasp the total number of hostages that have been killed so far. we're trying to put it together, but they probably include japanese, brits, malasians, possibly some norwegians and other nationalities. it's very difficult to know the final numbers. but adding up what we know it could be up to at least 32 missing and possibly up to 26 confirmed dead, although those numbers have been changing a lot. that gives you a sense of the scale of this anyway. among those, at least one american i'm afraid confirmed dead. six americans confirmed rescued, freed. and those details as i say, we're hoping to try and get more clarification in the coming hours. >> what is being said about this crisis there in britain? >> reporter: well, william hague, the british foreign sec
dan de alimento a larvas en operaciones de cría. china tal vez sea el rey de los productos de abeja, pero hay una región donde las abejas ya desaparecieron. ♪ (narrador) provincia de sichuan del sur. ♪ en el condado rural de han yuan las peras son el producto local. huertas de peras cubren las montañas hasta el pie del valle, pero no hay que agradecer a los apicultores la abundante cosecha, las abejas aquí desaparecieron hace mucho. ♪ a inicios de los 80 el uso descontrolado de pesticidas arrasó con la población local de abejas y mató a las plantas polinizantes que las alimentaban, la producción de frutas se desplomó y los granjeros del lugar vieron su forma de vida desaparecer ante sus ojos. ♪ ahora cada año en abril los granjeros deben hacer el papel de la abeja y no es tan fácil como las abejas lo hacen ver. ♪ empiezan recolectando y preparando el polen a mano, frotan las anteras, la parte masculina de la flor por su polen... ♪ y lo secan hasta por dos días. ♪ cuando el polen está listo los polinizadores humanos salen a trabajar. ♪ el doctor tang ya, d
to nbcwashington.com and search escalators. >>> dan hellie is down at fan appreciation night. do they have ice at the verizon center? we've been waiting a long time. >> reporter: they do. we've been waiting forever. they missed more than 30 games this season. we are almost to the regular season. we're going to be talking about hockey, the nationals, who introduce their newest shutdown reliever. they are storming the court in "news4 at 6" continues. >>> welcome back. 41 degrees at the airport. winds calm, and the windchill at 41. i thought we would at least see some flakes in the d.c. area, though once again not predicting anything big. what we are seeing stuff is just down to the south. if you live in these areas, you're not going to see a thing. dulles 39, 38 in reston, 38 down tards hundred dollarsingtown. you may see something in the way of snow. this is why. once again, the dough knit hole that we have seen here in and around this area, it's nothing but dry air. they've seen a mixture of rain, sleet, some snow. we are going to see it change over. i want to show you just down to the south o
, dan wrote that she distributed drugs for lance, and i have a huge problem with -- a huge problem with that because i really think a lot of these women, they love the lifestyle because in europe cycling is completely different than it is in the united states, and obviously lance and kristin were making a lot of money. a lot of people were making a lot of money, and i think a lot of these women love the money and they didn't care if their husbands were doping because you could afford the louis vuitton and the cartier sunglasses. so i have a problem with that, a big, big, big problem with that because i never blogged about morality. i never blogged about doing the right thing. i tried to walk the talk, and we see what -- we see what happened, so i'm not so sure i i mean, i have a real problem, and i don't want to -- it couldn't have been easy to be married to lance, not at all. she distributed drugs. i mean, dan wrote that she distributed drugs for lance, and i have a huge problem with -- a huge problem with that because i really think a lot of these women, they love the lifestyle b
fue lo que pasÓ. ♪. >>> cuÁntas veces fue a un cajer automÁtico, se frustra porque no le dan billetes de un dÓlar o 5 dÓlar, se diseÑan mÁquinas nuevas que dan de todos los billetes y no solo de 20 dÓlares. la importaciÓn de productos chinos, imitaciones de marcas famosas, tocÓ una fibra sensible en colombia, del sombrero vulteao, un sÍmbolo nacional, creÓ protestas de los que lo fabrican. >>> desde Épocas prehispanicas, los indÍgenas fabricaron el sombrero, en el 2004 se decretÓ patrimonio cultural, este producto tÍpico del caribe colombiano, fue desde siempre parte del folclore y un sÍmbolo nacional, por eso el escÁndalo, la importancia de china, de replicas sinteticas, amenaza la economÍa de 50 mil familias indÍgenas. >>> es un sÍmbolo nacional, y ofende traer unas copia de otra parte que ni siquiera es del material que laboramos el sombrero, y puede traer abajo la economÍa. >>> mientras un sombrero a mano con hojas de caÑa flecha, una planta tÍpica, cuesta de 30 a 100 dÓlares, el chino es de 2 a 5 dÓlares. >>> nunca se podrÁ comparar un sombrero hecho a man
necessary to protect americans in a harrowing hostage crisis unfolding in algeria. dan rivers is in london to bring us the very latest this morning. dan, good morning to you. algeria is defending a military operation that now has left at least one american and 11 others dead. what can you tell us about that? >> absolutely. this situation is not over yet. i think that is the headline. they're saying they're still pursuing terrorists and some hostages within this sprawling gas plant in the far south of algeria. as you say, the state department has confirmed one death. it's been widely reported he is from texas. the state department not going into further details about how many americans may still be missing. we're waiting for an update from london from the british foreign secretary william hague, chairing an emergency meeting about this. algerian state television is reporting that terrorists were planning to kill all of the hostages and to blow up this plant. so, it could have been a lot worse, had they managed to get through that. in the end algerians went in, freed some 650 people. there a
's plan saying their second amendment rights are under attack. dan lothian is following all these developments in washington. what's the latest? >> the white house sees these recommendations as a way to hopefully curb gun violence and some of these things the president has backed before such as a ban on assault weapons. the president shortly after the connecticut shootings came out in support of that. so that's expected to be in the president's plan. also pressing for a ban on those high capacity magazines with more than ten rounds. that's the important note here. the aim here is to cut down on the ability of a gunman to go in and release up to 30 rounds in a short period of time. in addition, the president will be pushing for universal background checks so that everyone who buys aunder questi goes a criminal or mental health check. in addition the president wants to request funds be available for mental health illnesst to make sure there's money there for those things to be treated and to provide schools with the support they need for enhanced safety. the president is also
, how come folks like him, dan includinger, are going to give their time to go into someone's home and doing a dinner party? >> chefs are really artists and so they love having a good time and being able to try something new and go into new settings. when they are in the restaurant which is its open experiment, they like to sometimes experiment beyond the constraints of a restaurant so we see that with celebrity chefs, high-end chefs, and then some chefs like the lifestyle of being able to make their own hours and work their own time. >> how does the firm make money. are you profitable yet? tell me how you think kitchit evolves. >> we take a commission of bookings through our site and we're on a strong path towards profitability but not yet. >> and it's kitchit.com. >> yes. >> thanks very much, brendan. >> "fast money" begins in just a few minutes. melissa lee is at the u.s. nasdaq market side. >> coming up, what is apple's problem? the analyst who cut his price target all the way down to $530 a share. see what he says and what the base case scenario is in terms of downside and who
into that analysis, we can both assume that there may be. >> jessica, stay with us. i want to bring in dan gross, he's president of the brady campaign to end gun violence. mr. gross, what do you make of what jessica is reporting? >> it's exactly what the -- [ inaudible ] >> sorry. >> it reflects exactly -- >> we're having a hard time hearing you because of the announcement. i know you're on the train. zblae. sorry about that. >> let me bring jessica back and we'll come back to you. hopefully, they will have stopped that announcement. in terms of what could be possible through executive order on this list, i guess some of the information on background checks, perhaps? >> expanding the way background checks -- improving the way background checks are conducted could be done through executive order. making that information more readily available. improving the way especially mental health is reported forward could be done through executive order. and also gathering more research on where the guns are in america. that's another thing that could be done. there's a long list. i could go on, anderson, but y
the truth, i tried to ruin their lives or run them out of town and on dan's point i think it will be interesting if she picks up on that. >> rose: i mean for me, my own question here, it is more that aspect of it, someone doubling down, however you want to characterize it, the retribution, the beyond the failure to come clean on doping and beyond the idea of expanding naked today and asking -- and to be where he was and all of the shespearean drama of that, you know, it is the -- what extreme someone will go to avoid discovery, and how malicious that can be. juliet, what do you think? >> well i have gotten many e-mails and phone calls over the last couple of days and people keep asking me if there will be tears if lance will cry and what i think about that and i have no idea, like i said before, he is very much a chameleon, not only has he been prepared for this intervw with oprah by maybe a dozen advisors, but he can set his personality to what the situation calls for, so will we be able to say he cried or on his knees or he seemed really honest? you know, i don't know w
correspondent dan lothian. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so nice to be with you in person here. >> on this chilly morning. >> yes, on this chilly morning on the national mall. we saw the president unveil his gun plan this week. do you think that's job number one right now? >> i think it is. you hear the president and the vice president talk about seizing the moment. they realize that there are other times when you have these mass shootings, everyone talks about, you know, coming down with some kind of new regulations. and then they forget about it. so they realize in this case, they have the public support. polling is showing that most americans want stricter gun laws. and obviously, there will be opposition up on capitol hill. there is some bipartisan support for what the president is doing, but i think in general, there is a sense that now's the time to get it done. so that will be a big priority for the president. >> we've also been talking quite a bit about the debt ceiling. we now have the president, he's already gotten this offer from the house republicans for this extens
. for that i want to bring in my colleague, white house correspondent dan lothian. dan, let's talk about priorities for the president's second term but first it's an interesting little nugget of history. this is a historic day and also a historic inauguration for president obama because he's going to match only fdr in getting two double swear-ins or four swearing-ins if you will. why is that? >> first of all, look back to 2009 when justice roberts and the president kind of stepped on each other, the word "faithfully" out of order, there was a question whether or not it was legitimate so, they had a second one in the private quarters of the white house. this time around the constitution says you have to administer the oath before noon on the 20th. on sunday is not typically when we have the inauguration, so they'll have a private ceremony in the blue room on sunday and then on monday they'll have the official sort of public swearing-in for the president. >> and the parade and pomp and circumstance we expect in an inauguration ceremony. so, tuesday the pomp and circumstance monday, tuesday
the president will say to set the policy agenerda and the ton in his inaugural speech. dan lothian, what do we know about the speech and what the president wants to tell the american people? >> reporter: we're told by those familiar with the president's remarks that this will not be a policy speech but rather he will make it sort of a hopeful plea, talk about the reality that here in washington you can't settle every debate, but that you can look for areas of common ground. and this is a big difference from 2009 when the president came into office talking about changing the way that washington works and ran into the reality up on capitol hill. so he'll touch on that, touch on some of the challenges that the country faces as he moves forward on some key issues such as gun control, immigration reform, tries to deal with the debt ceiling. and finally, we're told that the president will push to get the public engaged, engaged in their community, engaged in the issues to put pressure on congress to move the president's initiatives forward, john. this is seen as sort of the stage one or the act one,
. >> dan lothian is on the south lawn of the white house. dan, the president is now basically two hours into his second term. i was going to ask, what happens now? obviously it's all moving toward the big day tomorrow. what's going on? >> that's right. well you know this is a little down time for the president after a very busy day next up for the president and the vice president tonight, both of them will be attending a candlelight service at the national building museum here in washington. caps off again a very busy day that started. the president and vice president laying a wreath at arlington national cemetery and the president attending an african-american in the district and the swearing in ceremony that you pointed out a few seconds ago where the president surrounded by a few close family members and friends taking the oath. the interesting moment i think came at the very end, where the first daughter sasha said to the president. that he didn't mess up. the president acknowledging some relief saying that quote, i did it. this of course is in reference to four years ago when there
is up next. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. from all of us here, thanks for watching. > th >>> this is "world news." tonight, coming clean? lance armstrong says i'm sorry, after more than a decade of denials. has the tour de france champion begun an apology tour? >>> time for action. what the president is planning to do about gun violence. >>> real money. we show one family how they're paying $1,000 too much on their cell phone bill. they get back real money and you can, too. >> holy mamma jamma. >>> and homecoming. big news today from our very own robin roberts. >> i'm coming home. >>> good evening to you on this monday. and as we come on the air, a powerful greek drama is playing out in america. a former champion, lance
be extended yees, james and dan. thank you very much for coming. i have a bunch of company that i won't have to stand. my brother, younger than me, is retired! he goes, what you doing norman? you will be working for another 4-8 years. thank you nelso. i will have a debate with supervisor breed. probably a very heated debate. why? because i had the best campaign team. anthony, my campaign manager. helen wong, field coordinator. thank you very much. you brought hundreds and hundreds of people together with my yellow t-shirt out in the street. it's been a long road for me. it's amazing for me to be standing here actually talking about pathways that nobody expected. i was born in the chinese hospital; i went to jean parker. at jean parker it was a struggle for me; i realize when i walked in, there are a lot of people that don't really know who i am. bear with me, for other people have heard this and million times. i struggle going to school. i had speech problems; i stuttered. it was really my parents that pushed me, tell me i would be okay. for me to be able to talk to you, and maybe i w
the campaign team with supervisor mar, nicole, dan, -- you guys rocked it. i want to thank the amazing city hall aides, thank you for being the best swat team at city hall. i want to thank amy chan, judson -- i want to thank a couple of individuals who have known me for 42 years, my brothers ed and steven, and my wife for raising the next generation of chius. i want to ask one person to stand up, who does not expect it, my partner, candace chen, could you stand and be acknowledged. there are two other individuals not here today that i owe thanks to. a mother and father. the are watching this online 3000 miles away; mom and dad, i love you. could you please give them a round of applause. (applause) when my parents immigrated from taiwan, they hope that their son would follow in dad's footsteps to become a doctor. sorry mom. but i want to thank both of you for supporting me in a very different tradition of service. one of the amazing things about this class of supervisors here, in the class of
.for another night in the 30's and below. it is cold. good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. it's becoming all too familiar pattern with freezing and photojournalist warnings in effect again tonight. >> spencer is here with the latest from the weather center. >> leif doppler 7 hd absence of clouds so clear night but soon another cold one. we have freezing warnings in effect for virtually the entire north bay. east bay interior valley and the santa clare valley and temperatures will drop into the mid 20's in the coldest location freeze warning in effect from 2 to 9 am. also have a frost advisory in effect for the area there in the lighter pailer color around the bayshore line and 2:00 a.m. to "newsnight"am low pressure there in the low to mid 30's. obviously one of the coldest tonight's of the season so far. close-up lack how cold it is where you are in just a few minutes. >> thanks very much. >> california deep freeze mru mruning citrus dwrors into pap ick. also putting a strain on local supermarkets and their customers. we are live if san francisco with the story tonight. >>reporter:
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at the open, similar declines in the nasdaq, and s&p 500. joining us now, dan greenhouse. >> good morning to you. >> now let's talk about the nasdaq in particular, way down by apple. let's start with apple, then. what do you see happening with shares from here? >> well, just for starters, we rate the stock a neutral right now and have for several months. i think our advice to investors at this point is probably to stay away. there's a lot of uncertainty. there's a lot of unknowns. the company hasn't saying any about "the wall street journal" article or concerns more generally. so i think it's probably a wise decision to hang out and wait until the company reports and see what kind of guidance they provide. >> and apple, you're looking at a 501 quote there. it is potentially set to open below $500. but, dan, how much of a problem is this going to be for the nasdaq and the indexes more broadly? >> certainly it's more of a problem for the nax das, that's for sure, where it's a considerable portion of the index. it's less, though, for the larger indices like the s&p 500 and certainly the dow.
ballot. if approved, it would be the first airport honoring an openly gay person. milk was shot by dan white back in 1978. >>> a freeze warning is in effect. last night downtown church san jose reached out to the homeless and they are getting more and more emergency calls as people are trying to keep warm. if you are using a space heater, keep it three feet from anything that can burn. >> the problem is when they get too close to combust tables and if a blanket comes in contact, that is what creates a lot of these fires. >> a stove should the not be used to heat your home. in just a few minutes we will take a look at the weather with steve paulson. >>> we are talking about black ice this morning. it is cold enough for it. >> yes, yesterday we had it and chp has not reported it yet but we will be on the lookout for that. let's look at these pictures, people are on the road early, no major problems driving to the toll plaza. no problems getting onto the span and the road work we see around the bay has not caused any major delays on the bridge. also northbound 280 and also southbound 280,
] >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. i am substituting today for dan murphy, who has been ill for a while and we thought we better get these recommendations to you as quickly as we could. i am presenting recommendations. we came up with at our october and december meetings of last year. the first two concern church street and transit improvements there. the mta cac recommends that both the church street transit-only lane and the 76x marin express pilot projects proceed as presented. the cac requests that staff report back to the mta cac quarterly on their findings and at the end of the pilot project. cac recommends that the tep staff use other appropriate tools on the church street project including transit preferential significants and recommends that the agency take into account all modes flowing through the dubois/church intersection whether or not through signage or signals. the next recommendation, cac recommends that the agency report back on the possibility of selecting a low-income community as a destination for a second run of the 76x marin headlands express. the next
, foster recognition. and, dan, things started happening. one of the things that gave attention to our neighborhood is when we decided we were going to have a new branch library. ruth wallace came up with the idea of a garden tour and a lot of us thought, a garden tour? our neighborhood? who is going to come? well, we had every -- we've done it for six years. every year we've grown incrementally. after the first two years of raising money for the library -- there's our new library -- we then it was such a great community builder that we recently decided to keep wanting to volunteering and do it. we established a scholarship at city college for the horticultural department. and we have just gone gangbusters. we get good press and we get to see everybody's neighbor -- all our neighbors' gardens. because of the way san francisco s you get to be veuyer because usually you have to go through their garage or their house to see the gardens. and ruth gets known through the neighborhood because she's constantly peeking over fences and leaving fliers in people's mailboxes saying, do you want to
. and i also want to thank acting director huey and the other two directors ed and dan for working with their staff and turning around their requests so quickly. let me do a little bit of the way back machine. and this, the city went to a two-year budget last year. currently it is a what we will call a ruling budget, which means that we are not we get to revisit the second year, so, even though we have a starting point which was what was approved already for 13/14, we get to revisit that and then we are putting together the budget for 14/15. so we are requesting some changes, to the budget, and so, i will be focusing in on that and why we think that we have the revenues to be able to cover this. >> so, there is kind of a starting point that is different than the starting point you know in the past. >> i gave you a copy of this. so that you could follow along. easier, more easily. >> so, what we have done in the past since i have been here is to try to start our budgets through principles you know, what are we trying to achieve? what are the principles that we have? and so the first
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department inspection division and dan frost of the electrical division who received letters of appreciation from dbi customers. thank you for their good work there. we also convey our heart-felt sympathies and the family of former staffer, ray louy on the passing of his father paul, and a much reported engineer who added significantly to san francisco throughout his lifetime. so our condolences to his family. thanks to all, to those who were able to attend the dbi holiday party in december. we had a terrific turn out of staff and family and we loved having all of the children there at the party. my child had a melt down about not getting a tie. we had to take him out early. >> a special thanks to the team of volunteers that included a staff from all of the divisions for making this event such a success as well as to tom huoy and. dbi managers who donated personally to put this party on and so we greatly appreciate that and it is a good morale and it was a special effort on your behalf to do this. thank you tom and your senior management. and thanks to everybody who attended that. >> madam s
the commissioners were not cc'd. these property owners were lynn baker, dan proffero and peter strauss. the department is aware of a flier containing information inconsistent with information presented at public events and hearings and the department is available to answer or address any questions you may have about this. finally, based on staff analysis, the resolutions adopted by the hpc and the community input, the department recommends that the planning commission recommend designation as proposed -- to the board of supervisors. the draft resolution is included in your case report. following your review and comment, the department will forward the designation to the board of supervisors, with resolutions from both commissions. that concludes my presentation. and myself and my colleague, tim frye, preservation coordinator are available for questions. >> president fong: thank you. public comment on this item, i have a few speaker cards, jonathan goldberg, jason lonberg, john
4's dan kerman joins us now with more on this. >> reporter: the woman who passed away, was 98 years old and died clara county. in addition to the flu she also suffered from a variety of other illnesses including pneumonia. public health officials say this should serve as a reminder that people should get a flu shot. this is especially important because the flu season has not yet peeked in california. in fact it may not peek until february or early march. >> we are in the middle of flu season it could get worse before it gets better. there are other things that could happen. we must stay hydrated. keep our hands washed anybody over six months of age, the youngest, the oldest, and higher risk individuals. >> pam: how well does this current strains of flu a match with the vaccine that is available? we asked that same question and he says the this is a very good match. you never know what quite match is coming out but this should help knock it out. remember, it takes a couple of weeks for it to get into your system. waiting would be a problem. >> pam: our team coverage continues. even w
crow, jack dan jells understood my father mouthfuls at a time. jim beam and old forester where uncles rolled up in the sufficiented hennesy take it's first breath and hound dog laughter and dominos falling like hail on the dining table. relatives existed through stories and memory ease in like zombies on ropes of camel smoke and demand a texas holdum. no wonder they call it spirits. spirits vad my father with cower vas yea. spirits made him burn rubber screaming in the driveway. the marianet and tongue were skillets at mid night. i wouldn't see his ass again until the next afternoon. twoshgs johnnie. gee my cousin john edwards volunteered for possession every week. he was certified. ex exor citizenim did nothing. colt 45, crazy horse they demand the sacrifices in blood so bottles would go to the couch friday night. walls kicked until straight jackets lay waiting on the lawn. mama would site visions of gang boys with metal vent as if it explained anything. it didn't between dusk from the and dawn saturday he was ready to blow the -- up. do you want some of this? oh , no, yes oh , no or
was my cult-off. >> dan henning good morning. >> hi. >> a little bit too harsh. get a little bit of a... >> exactly. phil bachus has the phones and cyprian boulding our videographer extra order narrative. >> a chance to lookinaire. >> a chance to look the. >> the academy awards a big deal. but there are so many and the golden globes have come on. making a lot of news. they certainly driver's license last night at the beverly hilton for a lot of reasons. tina fey and amy poehler. you could not do better than get the two of them to host it. they welcomed everybody with what's unique. >> we honor the television shows that have entertained us as well as theaters that have been in -- films that have been in theaters two days. >> that's what makes it so special. only do the beautiful people of film rub shoulders with the rat-faced people of television. >> bill: inside jokes were fast and furious. you know, a lot of talk about kathleen bigalow, the director of "zero dark thirty." have you seen it yet? >> i haven't. >> i have resolved i am going today. >> i am g
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. leaving for school. but she never showed up. kron 4's dan kerman shows us her friends and family's attempt to spread the word of her disppearance. >> the family and friends of delicia moreno have continued to pass out fliers to the last time she was seen was dropping off reimburse mr. at a burbank elementary school. she thinks that she could of voluntarily could have gone with a 22 year-old boyfriend. they live in the same apartment building. the mother however, thinks that morris and mr. could have happened to. >> a 22 year-old is not a boyfriend, he is a predator preying on my daughter. >> she made brownies the night before and i had a conversation about what she was going to where the next day. there was no indication that she was going to run away. she did not take anything with her. there are several easy exits near this pleasanton home on mission drive. it sits next to a park with a green belt. there is also a side street a few yards away. ron bolt and his wife have lived in this home more than 40 years. and, for the first time, last friday. bolt says before noon. someone broke throu
, conspiracion, lavado de dinero, fraude y declaracion falsa de impuestos. en la capital del pais se dan los toques finales para la ceremonia de la nueva toma de posesion del presidente obama. se espera que asistan entre 600 mil y 800 mil personas.y guerrilleros del ejercito de liberacion nacional de colombia secuestraron a cinco trabajadores de una mina de oro en el norte de ese pais. mas en noticiero univision fin de semana ♪ >>> y buen, lo que verÁn a continuaciÓn le hace hervir la sangre a los que amamos a los animales, pero para muchos en ecuador es una tradiciÓn, que a pesar de las criticas para su salud lo siguen haciendo, se trata de la curaciÓn con la sangre de un burro al que lo sacrifican con cuchillo. algunas imÁgenes son fuertes. >>> santo domingo de los achiras es una cÁlida zona dominada por comunidades dominadas por tradiciones mÁgicas, donde un burro corre la cura para los males. >>> manuel sufre de asma y viaÓo 10 horas con la esperanza que la sangre lo cure. >>> va a consumir la sangre porque es lo efectivo. >>> varias personas ocupan las sillas que se colocan fr
'm looking at dan. from your pencil drawing is what this space can be and working with rec and park to fix that idea. congratulations to you and all the port staff. monique, thank you, measuring engineering staff, you guys got a lot done. this is an exciting day for everybody in san francisco. extremely exciting day for folks at fisherman's wharf. i thank the mayor. we will use this well. thank you. >> all right. (applause) >> thank you very much, president fong. our last speaker is one of our best partners in san francisco. he represents the department of public works. he is the city engineer. without the department of public works, cruise terminal project at piers 27-29 would not be possible. they are probably working on about 40 projects with us right now. we are very much in their debt. and to say a few words, please help me welcome, rod, city engineer. (applause) >> give us $4 million and we'll show you how fast we can spend it. [laughter] >> this is how much we spent on this project since october of this year, in the last 2, 2-1/2 months. so, back in september monique and i sat and d
by former supervisor dan white. >>> coming up after years of denials, a confession comes from cyclist lance armstrong. >> up next, did he dope? oprah opens up about what he told her in an interview. >> and all they have to do is apply the worldwide retailer that's offering jobs to any vet who wants one. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. into the deep freeze again this morning. skies clearing out. will it be cold tomorrow? we'll talk about that coming up. keeping wall street lower today.. this morning >>> worry over the debt ceiling is keeping wall street lower today. yeah, but it's up a little bit up 20 points at this point with a little over an hour yet in trading. >>> some big anticipation this morning for facebook's big announcement. ceo mark zuckerberg revealed the social network's new search feature. it's called graph search and enables users to search for information about their online acquaintances. for example, it's possible to look among friends of those who live in a particular city and like a specif
, mistake-free play. dan: they overcame two kick returns for touchdowns, that is hard to overcome, especially on the road. joe flacco making big plays down the field. shannon: this game was officiated very tightly. how will the game be called tomorrow moving forward? we know the seahawks like to get in people's face. james: there is college basketball coming your way tomorrow 1:30 eastern. number two michigan, the only undefeated team remaining takes on 15th ranked ohio state. we will be back on the air at 4:00 eastern on the "the nfl today." we will get you set for the final divisional playoff game of the weekend, the houston texans against the new england patriots. and a reminder stay tuned next on cbs it is criminal minds, followed by an all-new episode of 48 hours mystery tonight right here on cbs. bill: what a start j.b. james: no question about it. anything else you have to add? boomer: peyton manning won't get a good night's sleep tonight. bill: don't leave your living room. shannon: what a wonderful start. james: we will see you tomor
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there by malkin. >> doc: that's why dan bylsma is wanting to know more. and kevin pollock is telling him. follow-through is not a penalty. but the reckless use pierre talked about is. 2:25 to go. shot by timonen, ricocheted off fleury. and kicked wide. held now by giroux. the pass is blocked. held by timonen. fed over to giroux. to the side of the net, oh, it couldn't go! >> pierre: off the post, doc. far post. >> doc: still they battle. that may have gone off simmonds. they'll have to chase it down. >> pierre: he's become a burr in the side of marc-andre fleury. he's driving him nuts. fleury is fighting him off. >> doc: 1:20 to go. the goaltender was about to shed off, bryzgalov, he heads back. extra attacker. off a stick, and wide. and gotten by couturier. four defenders and fleury for the penguins. six attackers for the flyers. trying to tie it up. fleury, letang played it on. bouncer went away from meszaros. able to takex#Ñ it, giroux, awa from adams. back and recovered. helter skelter here! 40 to go on the power play. 1:05 left in the game. block bid the pens. sent b
on the future. unveiling the first electric cadillac. gm chairman dan akerson speaking out about the government debt and spending battle in washington. his interview with jeff flock is coming up. growing up everyone i knew had a cadillac. lori: not your grandpa's cadillac. >> really not. it is top of the hour. time for stocks. as we do every 15 minutes, nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. hey, nicole. >> hey, tracy and lori. we were talking about the debt ceiling that is something that moved front and center very quickly and will remain right in front of every day's trading in the minds of investors and the traders here on wall street. today the dow is down about 12 points after being higher four days in a row. the s&p has been lower. we had the back and forth action, much of the same today. when i talk to traders about the action we've seen, sometimes they're saying that the moves to the downside haven't been decisive. which then tells them that maybe the market needs to test recent highs before it can really sell off. trying to move lower and it can't. be wary of hi
.com by dan. when he takes chase out for a hike, every single time he gets a stick that's way too big. here he is trying to cross a bridge, and he can't do it because of the big stick. >> come on, chase! >> the tail is wagging. he wants across the bridge. he just wants to take the stick with him. it's not quite working out. >> come on. let's go. >> that stick is getting jammed back further and further in his jaw. >> there you go. >> eventually he did kind of figure it out. he was able to angle that stick in such a way he could get to the other side of the bridge. >> there's nothing like a dog trying to do something that isn't quite exactly right. >> i have the stick. i'm trying to cross the bridge. it's just not adding up. i can't figure it out. keep doing what you do, chase. go big or go home. >>> this looks like the outside or the backside of any normal house, right? nice blue planking. >> looks like a normal house. >> this is a hidden door. she's not really turning the water on. it's a remote to open the door. look at that. >> awesome. this is like a secret passage way in a cartoon. >> i wa
warning from the chp. >> good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm careo lynn johnson. tonight we're asking police and city leaders in oakland about a violent weekend oo. 15 shootings since just friday this, map shows you where they occurred at nine locations. four people were killed on friday alone. abc 7 news is live now with how officials there plan to crack down on this out of control level of crime. nick? >> absolutely. and dan, good afternoon. today, oakland city leaders where one of the youngest victims of gun violence lost his life. today, a council member is calling for a state of emergency but the chief says we're already in one. >> there is not two, three people. there is multiple people. >> according to oakland police chief, two groups are responsible for 90% of the violence plaguing stit over six months. >> we're talking about murders. robberies and shootings. >> he says there are tl is evidence tying groups to one shooting over the weekend. since friday, there have been 15 victims of gunfire in oakland. sky 7 hd over east 17th veet and 23rd avenue. police responded and located
. good evening i'm dan ashley. after more than a decade of fierce denial champion cyclist lance armstrong now back peddling. he reportedly confessed to oprah today that he used performance enhancing drug to win the tour de france testify times. here's brand i hit. >> lance armstrong come clean according to abc news sources and confessed to oprah he did in fact use performance enhancing drug to win the tour de france. oprah tweeted just left with lance armstrong more than 2 and a half hours. he came ready. and one source even said the interview was emotional at times. for years armstrong was in since he 97 used drugs. >> i have never doped. >>reporter: even upped oath. >> can't be any clearer that i have never taken drugs. >>reporter: hours before sitting down with oprah he went on an apology tour. sources tell us armstrong stood before live strong staff members. the charity he founded and took responsibility for the damage his actions have caused the foundation. >> i think he believes very earnestly that he has to move forward and that he is at a place where nowhere left to move
-old in you. >> good evening i'm dan ashley. breaking news in san jose. miss say man tried to take a two-year-old girl right out of her mother's arms. this happened tonight on die 0kawrt. little girl with her family in front of a house. man walked up and made some kind of weird comment. spooked the mother. mom pick up her daughter and the man grabbed the girl's legs trying to pull her away. he did in the succeed thankfully. prison describe hill as hispanic adult male between 20 and 30 years old. wearing red baseball hat blue jean and light shirt with yellow stripe stripes. mother also said he smelled like automotive oil. san jose police are canvassing the area in an attempt to locate this guy or at least perhaps some witnesses will stay on top of it. this develop story. >> vote expected tonight could bring one of the nation top cops to help reign in the violence on the streets of oakland. city council will have to spend 250,000 dollars to bring in william brat as crime fighting consultant. he was police chief in los angeles and new york both. he's credit wtd bringing down crime
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